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Old 04-02-2018, 18:58   #31
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I think he stepped in when it had already started to be very difficult for Depor and we need to thank him for that.
I believe Tino and his management are the main reasons why he did not succeed at this position. As ggeorg said recently it has been difficult for any coach to coach our primadonas and I don't believe it is all coach's fault - it has to be something else going on "in the kitchen" that we don't know.
Paralo took over a mentally destroyed team without proper GK,CB and DM + some key players got injured during his time. What he could have done better? Not to forget he is coming from Segunda B.
I totally blame Tino for the failure. Why bringing in a coach who has no experience at all? It was going to be smarter if Paralo had stayed with Fabril as he achieved good results there. Now both Depor and Fabril lost.
I don't think the new coach will change something( apart from the first few games).
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Old 04-02-2018, 23:05   #32
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I agree with some comments here.
Parralo is not to blame on this one, or not entirely. He was working some miracles at Fabril and when he was called to the first team in the middle of the season - a broken team he could only hope to mend a little - there was so much he could do.
He's a decent coach but he's no magician, and definitely not a psychiatrist, which is what the team needs, that and a whip for some lazy feckers.
He tried his tricks and seemed effective on occasions, but what to do when some players won't run after the ball, some looked depressed on the pitch and some others are simply sub-standard? (yes, I'm talking about you Juanfran!).
All the best to him now.
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Old 05-02-2018, 10:23   #33
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I just saw an addition of the official La Liga TV program, in what Sidnei talked about how much he learnt at every training session from Parralo. I think this was just 2 weeks ago.

This is not for Kevin for sure: Sidnei also said, that not everything is right at the first team (meaning the results), but on several games we deserved more points, and the team should just be more focused and disciplined and then everything is gonna be fine.
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Old 05-02-2018, 10:32   #34
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I agree with some comments here.
Parralo is not to blame on this one, or not entirely. He was working some miracles at Fabril and when he was called to the first team in the middle of the season - a broken team he could only hope to mend a little - there was so much he could do.
He's a decent coach but he's no magician, and definitely not a psychiatrist, which is what the team needs, that and a whip for some lazy feckers.
He tried his tricks and seemed effective on occasions, but what to do when some players won't run after the ball, some looked depressed on the pitch and some others are simply sub-standard? (yes, I'm talking about you Juanfran!).
All the best to him now.
good points Xoan, though I don't agree about Juanfran.. he is not sub-standard, though not a great wing-back, currently he is seriously short of confidence.. in the last couple of seasons, many times he was among the best in our squad..
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Old 19-06-2018, 19:50   #35
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he is now the coach of AD Alcorcon.. all the best!!
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Old 19-06-2018, 21:14   #36
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Parralo, Manjarin, Laure, Bruno Gama, Alcorcon is a mini-Depor
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Old 20-06-2018, 07:46   #37
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All the best - I think he can succed if he establishes an authority. It will probably be easier in Alcorcon then with the Primadonas that played for us.
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Old 20-06-2018, 08:41   #38
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I wish him the best of luck
he will be a great coach, hope he comes back to us one day
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Old 20-06-2018, 10:35   #39
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I thought Julian Calero went to Alcorcon earlier this month

He was one of the guys linked to the Fabril job.
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Old 20-06-2018, 10:49   #40
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Calero went to Russia after Hierro called him..
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Parralo, Manjarin, Laure, Bruno Gama, Alcorcon is a mini-Depor

Bruno Gama will celebrate his neck off if he scores against us

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